Plus, Australia finally tops world LNG stage, a new offshore exploration lawsuit emerges in the U.S. and 25 Influential Women in Energy announced.
The predicted growth of electric vehicles will certainly hurt oil demand but that shift won’t be felt for another 15 to 20 years, which is more than enough time for investors to make money.
Multiple methods can be put into place to protect pipelines and other assets.
It’s beginning to look a lot like a tight natural market everywhere you analyze, says Stratas Advisors.
These outstanding professionals will be recognized at the second annual Women In Energy Luncheon February 12, 2019, at the Hilton Americas, Houston.
Brent rose $1.88/bbl last week to average $61.41/bbl. WTI rose $1.47/bbl last week to average $52.64/bbl.
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Several companies in the sector play crucial roles as the midstream grows to handle greater sales abroad.
Important trends could buffet the growing U.S. export market.
A pipeline company—Enron—triggered the Sarbanes-Oxley revolution. Sixteen years out, federal measurement requirements are changing even as the midstream contends with swelling volumes.
All the players have a lot on the line in November—including the midstream.